Armenian leadership does not fulfill people’s expectations – PAP

Armenian leadership does not fulfill people’s expectations – PAP spokesperson

May 11, 2013 | 01:37

YEREVAN. – Even though the Armenian authorities were able to create an
impression of a legitimacy of their actions during elections, they did
not fulfill the expectations of the citizenry.

Non-pro-government Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) Press Secretary
Tigran Urikhanyan told Armenian the above-said,
reflecting on the results of the capital city Yerevan Council of
Elders election, which was held on May 5, and on the Organization for
Security and Co-operation in Europe Office for Democratic Institutions
and Human Rights (OSCE/ODIHR) final report on Armenia’s presidential
election, which was conducted on February 18.

`In my personal view, the expectations of the body politic were not
fulfilled under the seeming legitimacy which the authorities were able
to secure,’ Urikhanyan said.

As per the PAP spokesperson, the coalescence of the authorities and
the ruling party is clearly seen, and this manifested itself in the
recent presidential and Yerevan elections.

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